Love and Compassion in Education Call for Proposals There are a variety of presentation forms and sessions available. Proposals are due on February 25th, 2019. Please submit your proposal at: Please find detailed information here: DLC Call for Proposals 2019

  The Coalition for Diversity in Language and Culture (CDLC) provides competitive grants to support those engaged in research, grant writing and project implementation activities that fulfill the CDLC mission ( Individuals and groups including at least one UNCG tenured, tenure track, or clinical faculty may apply.  Research groups are also encouraged to include graduate […]

Presented by the UNCG Humanities Network and Consortium Come and join HNAC’s Fairy Tale Read-A-Thon with 9 hours of continuous storytelling. This event is hosted in conjunction with the Weatherspoon Art Museum Exhibition Dread and Delight: Fairy Tales in an Anxious World. Date: November 2, 2018 Times & Place: 12-4:30 pm, Weatherspoon Art Museum, UNCG […]

In the summer, CDLC members were involved with the Young Writers’ Camp at the UNCG School of Education. The project “Community Voices” gave teen and adult immigrants and refugees the opportunity to write their stories. Participants worked with UNCG School of Education faculty and graduate students and created digital stories about their lives and experiences […]

The theme for the second annual Diversity in Languages and Cultures Conference is Love and Compassion in Education. As classrooms become increasingly diverse yet political and social climates become ever more hostile, it is important that educators focus on fundamental qualities of humanity and ensure that love and compassion are at the forefront of teaching […]

Community Service-Learning for Spanish Heritage Learners: Making Connections and Building Identities by Kelly Lowther-Pereira John Benjamins Publishing Company Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics book series : 18 ISBN 9789027263803 This book proposes community service-learning as a critical pedagogy that connects learners and communities to address key challenges in heritage language education. The book’s purpose is […]

The Real World English (RWE) program for adult English learners (ELs), housed at Allen Middle School, started its sixth semester on September 9, 2017. Our mission is to offer a culturally-responsive program that supports language and community development through practical English instruction for adult learners. To accomplish this we offer free English instruction at three […]